I love the storyline. I'm really sad about no sequel, but I completely understand. It honestly reminds me of Red vs. Blue in the sense that it was a perfect ending, even if it still leaves you wanting to continue. To anyone considering buying the full story, I just want to say this:there is a lot of replayability in this CYOA book. It is a fun and entertaining book too and is longer than some of the other ones. GET IT!!!!!
One thing I forgot to mention in my previous review. Sergeant Balogh would not look to a Private or Corporal for orders or a plan in combat since a Sergeant outranks a Private or Corporal. He may look to them for advice in aiding him of coming up with a plan, but not what I mentioned already. If you want him to look to a player's character for orders then the player's character should be promoted to Staff Sergeant or higher so that the character outranks Balogh.
I really wanted to like this game. Unfortunately, most of it is less Choice and more Which Ongoing Character Background Info Do I Want To Read In What Order. On a time received for money spent, this is a great deal. I just didn't enjoy most of it and could not being myself to even finish.
Needs an editor Overall, it seems like a great game that I'd love to play. However, poor writing makes it rather unpleasant to read through. When a game is entirely text based a few errors are expected. However, this game is so full that I found myself focusing more on them than the gameplay.
Awesome, almost perfect. There were almost no mistakes in terms of spelling, the story arc was well thought out (though ended a bit too abruptly and open to my liking) and the writing style was mesmerizing with my only irritation being a lot of "you said that..." 's instead of whole sentence's. If you look past these minor mistakes you get an awesome story, grabbing a hold of you and barely letting go until the end. It takes you through up's and down's, fast paced action and relaxed moments. Great job!
I'm normally not one to complain about paying for games. These writers put a lot of work into their games, so paying for them is only fair. However, when you get to the end and it's a cliffhanger that the author clearly states they have no plan on finishing, that's just like a giant middle finger to the reader. If you don't want to finish your game, then fine. But don't make me pay for an unfinished product.
• Fixed stat-screen wrapping bug.
• Some typos.